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Thumbnail preview of 1911 - 0063.pdf...JANUARY 28, 1911. [/QGHT] MR. OGILVIE'S WRIGHT BIPLANE. THROUGH the courtesy of Mr. G. F. Mort, of the New Engine Co. (N.E.C.), we are able to publish this week a few very in teresting photographs...
1911 - 0063.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1911 - 0584.pdf...m end to end. The day prior to the race several of the French representatives and Weymann had been out trying their machines, and again early on the Saturday morning, Hamel, Nieuport, Weymann, and Ogilvie were all making tests. Leblanc, unfortunately, was too unwell to take his turn ; in fact, at one time it was thought that he would not be able to participate in the race itself. During thes...
1911 - 0584.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1911 - 0007.pdf...ine was fully described in our issue ol December 24th, while the E.N.V. engine, which ran so splendidly, was also described in these pages on October 15th last. Mr. Alec Ogllvle's Second Try. MR. OGILVIE was the victim of very hard luck, because although his flight of 140 miles on the previous Wednesday gave him the leading position for the time being, he could have continued for very much ...
1911 - 0007.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1913 - 0464.pdf...MAY 3, 1913. IKe Rocral flero Club—^ 1 • C. w^of tAe United KiixgdojrOX OFFICIAL /NOTICES TO ME.nBER.5 •!• Committee Meeting. A MEETING of the Committee was held on Tuesday, April 29th, 1913, whe...
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Thumbnail preview of 1909 - 0583.pdf... SEPTEMBER 25, 1909 MR. OGILVIE AT WORK ON THE WRIGHT-CLARKE GLIDER.—On the left Mr. Ogilvie is just rising from thestarting rail after the release of the derrick weight seen in the background; and on the right the glider is...
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Thumbnail preview of 1914 - 0521.pdf...HE MEASUREMENT OF AIR SPEED. By A. P. THURSTON, D.Sc., F.R.Met.S., Associate Fellow Ae.S Concluded from page 499.) THE Chft and Ogilvie air-speed indicators are described in detail because they have proved their worth and deserve to be better known. They are elastic diaphragm instruments belonging to diss (/). In struments ...
1914 - 0521.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1912 - 0350.pdf...urai APRIL 20, 1912 IKe Rocra.1 gtero Club—r^x C 'of the Uixited KhygdoirO ' iia nFFiriAi /NOTICES TO MEMBERS BG Committee Meeting. A MEETING of the Committee was held on Tuesday, the 16th inst.,...
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Thumbnail preview of 1910 - 1072.pdf...nd Mr. Cody none the worse for what was probably the finest bit of airmanship he has ever dis played. The biplane was fitted with a Green engine, which ran perfectly throughout the trip. Mr. Alec Ogilvie Dois 140 Miles. JUST as we go to press, we learn that on Wednesday afternoon Mr. Alec Ogilvie, on his British-built Wright biplane, fitted with one of the new type N.E.C. engines described ...
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Thumbnail preview of 1911 - 0064.pdf...his circum stance. The Orville Wright system is simpler than the Wilbur Wright control, but necessarily confusing at first to those who have learned to use Wilbur's lever. On the other hand, Mr. Ogilvie very quickly accustomed himself to its View of the warp and rudder-control lever on Mr. Ogilvle's Wright biplane. On the right is the elevator-lever controlling the tail, and by its side is ...
1911 - 0064.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1910 - 0664.pdf....p.h. Cattaneo ... 55*07 ,, Drexel ... 43 '68 ,, Fastest Lap— Radley ... 58-14 m.p.h. Cattaneo ... 55-55 „ Kuller ... 45-92 ,, Drexel ... 43-49 ,, Slowest Circuit— Cockburn ... 26*32 m.p.h. Ogilvie ... 26-75 » Cross-Country— Dickson... 36 mins. 50 sees. Grace ... 32 ,, 51 ,, | Altitude— Drexel 6,750 ft. Daily Speed (5 Laps).—Radley, £t Grace Ogilvie Edmond Grace Ogilvie Edmo...
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Thumbnail preview of 1910 - 0727.pdf...SEPTEMBER IO, 1910. [/UGHf FLIGHT PIONEERS. MR. ALEC OGILVIE. 725 c 2...
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Thumbnail preview of 1911 - 0571.pdf...ULY I, 1911. IA IGHT GORDON.BENNETT AVIATION CUP RACE. EASTCHURCH, JULY 1ST, 1911. • Gustav Hamel- • Alec Ogilvie • The Pilots for Great Britain. Graham Gilmour- The Team representing France. J. Radley • J.Valer\1ine • The Reserve Pilots For Great Britain. 573 • O.C. Moriso...
1911 - 0571.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1909 - 0564.pdf... not' necessary in all cases; but, all the same, we are not at all sure that gliding may not teach a lot even to the flying man, and in any case it seems to us that Messrs. Alec Ogilvie and Searight have done very much the right thing in having a glider built for them in addition to the Wright flyer which they have on order. with the Wright glider, but diffe...
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Thumbnail preview of 1913 - 0983.pdf...SEPTEMBER 13, 1913. IKe Rooral £Iero Clu of the Uixited Kii\gdo. Hi OFFICIAL NOTICES TO MEMBERS BE Competitions Committee. A MEETING of the Competitions Committee was held on Tuesday last, the 9t...
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Thumbnail preview of 1912 - 0613.pdf...ULY 6, 1912. Mr. Alec Ogilvie flew over Grain Island about half-an-hour after the arrival of the Farman. He flew at a height of 1,700 feet with Mr. Fowler as passenger and endeavoured to locate the Farman by means of fi...
1912 - 0613.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1913 - 0767.pdf...N consequence of the uncertainty that exists respecting the nature and magnitude of the stresses in the wing spars of aeroplanes, which has been the subject of very much discussion of late, Mr. Alec Ogilvie has carried out at his shed at Eastchurch a series of practical tests, the result of which he has communicated to us without delay, so that they may be immediately published for the benefit ...
1913 - 0767.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1909 - 0572.pdf...t 6.30 a.m. safe and sound after a 60-mile journey. Next morning it was put together, and the same day several fine glides were made, some of them 12 ft. above the ground. Mr. Ogilvie has since become quite proficient in its use, and soaring flights up to 343 yards were carried out last Sunday. From the first, Mr. Ogilvie found the horizontal steering quit...
1909 - 0572.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1909 - 0832.pdf...tter results have been obtained and Mr. Roe hopes to make flights every day now. Notices will be exhibited at the Metropolitan Railway stations when flying is in progress. Mr, Ogilvie has a Mishap. WHILE flying on his Wright machine at Combe, on Friday of last week, Mr. Ogilvie met with a mishap while flying at a height of 150 feet. The machine suddenly ...
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Thumbnail preview of 1910 - 0642.pdf...:— Cattaneo Drexel .. Blond eau Champel Cattaneo Drexel Blondeau Dickson Cattaneo Drexel Champel Blondeau Radley Cattaneo Radley Cattaneo 5. Grace ... 6. Dickson... 7. Cockburn 8. Ogilvie ... Daily Duration Prize. h. m. s. £ \ Cattaneo ... 3 19 9^ 25 • 4. Blondeau Drexel ... 1 27 13 IQ • 5. Grace ... Champel ... o 54 2 ; 6. Cockburn (Alleged false start.) j 7. Ogilvie ......
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Thumbnail preview of 1911 - 0572.pdf...l Aero Club's ground at Eastchurch, Isle of Sheppey, and where it is timed to start shortly after 11.30 a.m. In the contest on Saturday Great Britain will be represented by Messrs. G. Hamel, Alec Ogilvie and Graham Gilmour, while Messrs. J. Radley, J. Valentine and O. C. Morison have been nominated as reserves. Mr. Hamel will fly a new Bleriot machine. Mr. Ogilvie will use a Baby Wright bip...
1911 - 0572.pdf
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